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Use the latest gpuz or take the cooler off and look manually:

    
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As above. It doesn't really mean a great deal. (ASIC)

Jezzer did you say you'd tried reflashing to stock BIOS? I can't imagine it's damaged sounds like a software issue. Try using driver fusion or similar and make sure you're back on stock BIOS.
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Use the latest gpuz or take the cooler off and look manually:

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As above. It doesn't really mean a great deal. (ASIC)

Jezzer did you say you'd tried reflashing to stock BIOS? I can't imagine it's damaged sounds like a software issue. Try using driver fusion or similar and make sure you're back on stock BIOS.

I reflashed skynt bios, since it worked before on that bios it should be solved with that too but it is not. I will try stock but dont think that will do it, assumption tho so will try
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When u flashed my 780Ti Classified I just flashed it without choosing the LN2 bios to flash over it does this matter?
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I reflashed skynt bios, since it worked before on that bios it should be solved with that too but it is not. I will try stock but dont think that will do it, assumption tho so will try

I have seen people flash to Skyn3t BIOS and have some random issues, like 3d clocks frozen etc. You definitely should flash back to stock to see if the issue is still there.
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I reflashed skynt bios, since it worked before on that bios it should be solved with that too but it is not. I will try stock but dont think that will do it, assumption tho so will try

I had the same Problems as you , read this carefully and do exactly what i describet and you will be good to go :

1. flash the card with whatever bios you wanna use ( stock , sykn3t .... whatever )
2. reboot
3. uninstall every typical tool for overclocking / monitoring of your gpu ( precision & afterburner most of you guys probably have )
4. reboot
5. uninstall Nvidia driver with DDU
6. reboot
7. install prefered Nvidia Driver ( driver doesent realy matter´s at least in terms of voltage delivery )
8. reboot
9. for Overclocking / Volting install one of those : latest EVGA Precision X , Nvidia Inspector 1.9.7.2. <- this is what i use
10. Setup your clocks and voltages and everything should be fine
Now everything realy needs to work at least in terms of voltage delivery

Important :

You need to understand that using MSI Afterburner doesent crank the Voltages on your 780 Ti´s GPU Core up it only adds the voltage to the GPU itself .

However if you want to use Afterburner for 64 Bit Monitoring be sure to untik "Hardware Controlling and Monitoring" under Afterburners options so that there is no way Afterburner can manipulate any of your clocks or Voltages and use Nvidia Inspector for Overclocking .
post #9048 of 16481
Can you guys tell me how far I can push memory on stock voltage?
I recently bought a SC EVGA GTX 780 Ti (had SLI SC EVGA 760s before). They overclocked great. I plan on SLI-ing 780 Tis in the future.
Before I start messing around with Precision. I'd like to know, how far I can push memory on stock voltage.
Also, what are safe temps? Thanks!
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Could skynet bios cause directX to crash?
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Could skynet bios cause directX to crash?

I cannot see how, I would first make sure that your DirectX version is valid as in re-install the latest release as something may be corrupt. I use Skyn3t Bios and no issues here with DirectX or any other runtime.
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